Warehouse Project Gathers Real Momentum |1-800 Dinosaur & Bugged Out

When we announced the 2014 Warehouse Project line-up back in the summer, we said that we thought it could be the best one ever. Nearly two months into the season and it has not disappointed, with every event Young Academic has attended so far being an absolute winner; from Caribou and Moodymann to A$AP Mob and Joy Orbison it has been everything a Warehouse season at Store Street promised to be and more.

Caribou, Joy Orbison & Moodymann Contribute to Classic Warehouse Weekend

Young Academic has had its fair share of Warehouse Project events but with the club night returning to its spiritual home and the promise of a night curated by Kieran Hebden, this one we were excited for. Helped out of course by the heavyweight line-up, Caribou and Four Tet no less, we queued as excitement bubbled through the crowds. The arches of Store Street were a welcomed throwback, far from the previous venue in Trafford Park.

A$AP Mob & Bipolar Sunshine Put On a Tuesday to Remember at Warehouse Project

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Tuesdays are synonymous with a few things these days. Champions League football, 2 for Tuesdays at Dominos, Eastenders and in Manchester, Factory’s ever popular student night Distrikt. One thing they have never really been famous for is Warehouse Projects, especially nights involving some of the most exciting acts around. With this in mind, last Tuesday’s array of talent was just too good to resist, school night or not and marked the start of three incredible Warehouse Project nights in five days for Young Academic.

Warehouse Project Special – Sacha Lord-Marchionne Interview

Young Academic has been a dedicated extoller of all things Warehouse Project for years now and as the event prepares to return to its spiritual home, it just felt right that we caught up with the event’s co-founder, Sacha Lord-Marchionne to discuss the state of the scene, Mancunians and plans for a decade of WHP.


Warehouse Project 2014: Full Line-Up Announced

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For one year only, The Warehouse Project returns to its spiritual home; Manchester’s Store Street! Young Academic will be doings its usual analysis of the line-up in the coming days, but in the meantime, take a look below and see what festivities await you at a very special WHP season!